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Find the Data to Know the Effect of Curricula, Programs, and Policies on Student Outcomes

by NSC Blog | May 22, 2019 | K-12, Research Services, StudentTracker for High Schools |

StudentTracker for High Schools Verifies Your Efforts

Schools and school districts face continual budget pressures, prompting them to do more with less. At the same time, there’s an increasing focus on technology as a cornerstone of postsecondary success. Are you sure your resources are effective for your school’s success?

There is one way to understand the effect of school curricula, programs, and policies on postsecondary outcomes for your student population — track your graduates in the years following high school. To help you, the National Student Clearinghouse has access to verified data on a scale that no one else does.

With StudentTracker for High Schools, you can understand exactly how your school’s college preparation efforts are paying off by seeing how well your graduates perform over eight years.

 

Using StudentTracker for High Schools, you can answer almost any question about how your graduates fare in college. For example:

  • How many of your high school graduates enroll in college?
  • Do they persist and graduate from college?
  • How long does it take for them to get their degrees?
  • Do they go in or out of state for college?
  • Do they attend a two- or four-year school?
  • Do they transfer?
  • Which colleges do they most commonly attend?

With StudentTracker for High Schools, you can understand exactly how your school’s college preparation efforts are paying off by seeing how well your graduates perform over eight years.

This verified data — and long-term trend tracking — gives you the answers you need to address questions about student outcomes. More importantly, it gives you the key to improving those outcomes for future graduates.

 

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